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On display at V&A South Kensington
Request to view at the Prints & Drawings Study Room, level F , Case X, Shelf 33, Box HV

Photograph

1861
Artist/Maker

5 Princes Gardens, interior: first floor, front: right window: floor-boards: Florence Elizabeth, eyes closed, standing on balcony facing into room, left foot on window-sill, left hand holding left hand of Isabella Grace (back to camera; right profile, face nearly turned away), who is standing on balcony, right hand on window-frame.


object details
Category
Object Type
Materials and Techniques
Albumen print
Brief Description
19thC, stereoscopic; Hawarden C, D 317, 5 Princes Gardens, Florence Elizabeth and Isabella Grace, c. 1861
Physical Description
5 Princes Gardens, interior: first floor, front: right window: floor-boards: Florence Elizabeth, eyes closed, standing on balcony facing into room, left foot on window-sill, left hand holding left hand of Isabella Grace (back to camera; right profile, face nearly turned away), who is standing on balcony, right hand on window-frame.
Dimensions
  • Height: 101mm
  • Length: 167mm
Historical context
From departmental notes



'Clementina, Lady Hawarden (Untitled) Photographic Study (or) Study from Life (D.317) c.1861 5 Princes Gardens, interior: first floor, front: right window: floor-boards: Florence Elizabeth, eyes closed, standing on balcony facing into room, left foot on window-sill, left hand holding left hand of Isabella Grace (back to camera; right profile, face nearly turned away), who is standing on balcony, right hand on window-frame. 101 x 167 mm (stereoscopic) PH 457-1968:234 Series 56 Literature: Microfilm: 3.19.247 Also: ed. Graham Ovenden, Clementina Lady Hawarden, 1974, p.28 (left half)'
Bibliographic Reference
Literature: Microfilm: 3.19.247 Also: ed. Graham Ovenden, Clementina Lady Hawarden, 1974, p.28 (left half).
Collection
Accession Number
457:234-1968

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